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  1. 1. INDUSTRY VISIT<br />Ballarpur Industries Limited<br />
  2. 2. ABOUT<br />The Ballarpur Group is the largest manufacturer of writing and printing paper in India. Of the Ballarpur Group’s seven manufacturing facilities, six in India and one in Malaysia, three of the Indian facilities and the Malaysian facility will be operated by Bilt Paper PLC and the remaining three Indian facilities will be retained by the Ballarpur Group. Bilt Paper PLC is focused on the manufacture of bulk coated and uncoated paper and viscous grade fiber while the rest of the Ballarpur Group will focus on the manufacture of copier paper, specialty paper and tissue paper and Retail and OSSB.<br /> Members of the Avantha Group <br /> own 49.40% of the issued share capital of Ballarpur. Ballarpur Industries is also listed on the Bombay and National Stock Exchanges in India.<br />
  3. 3. ABOUT <br />The US$ 4 bnAvantha Group is one of India's leading business conglomerates. <br />The Group has business interests in diverse areas, including pulp and paper, power transmission and distribution equipment and services, food processing, farm forestry, chemicals, energy, infrastructure, information technology (IT) and IT-enabled services.<br />With an impressive global footprint, the Group operates in more than 10 countries with 20,000 employees of 20 nationalities.<br />
  4. 4. ABOUT <br />Group companies include Crompton Greaves Limited, India's largest power equipment company, and Ballarpur Industries Limited (BILT), India's largest paper manufacturer, both listed on the Indian stock exchanges.<br />As part of its global expansion programme, the Group has acquired a host of companies from around the world. With these acquisitions, products from the Group are not just at the apex in India but ranked amongst the best in the world in their respective categories.<br />Across Avantha, good citizenship is a defined objective, with focused emphasis on education, community development and healthcare.<br />Led by Chairman Mr. GautamThapar, the Avantha Group demonstrates strong leadership globally and emerges as a focused corporate, leveraging its knowledge, leadership and operations to add lasting value for its stakeholders and investors.<br />
  5. 5. C O M P A N Y I N F O R M A T I O N<br />R E G I S T E R E D O F F I C E<br />P. O. Ballarpur Paper Mills-442 901, <br />District Chandrapur, Maharashtra<br />H E A D O F F I C E<br />Thapar House, 124 Janpath, <br />New Delhi-110 001<br />O P E R A T I N G O F F I C E<br />First India Place, Tower-C, Block-A, <br />SushantLok-I, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, <br />Gurgaon-122 002<br />A U D I T O R S<br />K.K. Mankeshwar & Co., <br />Chartered Accountants<br />Kingsway, Nagpur-440 001<br />
  6. 6. Ballarpur Industries Limited<br />In Ballarpur Unit BILT have aprrox 4000 employees + 264 Management staff & Technicians and near about 31 Departments.<br />BILT have Pollution Control Equipment and Safety training on Every Thursday which cover First Aid and Health Program. In future they are trying to get YOGA programs in BILT.<br />For motivating the workers they have Ganeshautsova, Durgapuja , Annual Functions etc. <br />According to BILT accident ratio is very low in the PLANT.<br />
  7. 7. Mystery of three Ace cards on gate<br />According to the people around Ballarpur “The BILT Company is won by some XX person in IDEAL deal i.e. on 3 ACE cards”. <br />But the Administration denied this and explain us that it is the symbol of Excellence. <br />As I am the local boy I heard it from my childhood that BILT is company won by some XX person on 3 ACE cards. <br />
  8. 8. Production of Paper<br />Step 1: Getting the trees from the forest<br />Step 2: Debarking, Chipping and/or Recycling<br />Step 3: Pulp Preparation<br />Step 4: Paper Formation<br />Step 5: Paper Finishing<br />
  9. 9. Step 2: Debarking, Chipping and/or Recycling<br /> Logs are passed through a debarker, where the bark is removed, and through chippers, where spinning blades cut the wood into 1" pieces. Those wood chips are then pressure-cooked with a mixture of water and chemicals in a digester.<br />
  10. 10. Step 3: Pulp Preparation<br /> The pulp is washed, refined, cleaned and sometimes bleached, then turned to slush in the beater. Colour dyes, coatings and other additives are mixed in, and the pulp slush is pumped onto a moving wire screen.<br />
  11. 11. Step 4: Paper Formation<br /> As the pulp travels down the screen, water is drained away and recycled. The resulting crude paper sheet, or web, is squeezed between large rollers to remove most of the remaining water and ensure smoothness and uniform thickness. The semi-dry web is then run through heated dryer rollers to remove the remaining water.<br />
  12. 12. Step 5: Paper Finishing<br /> The finished paper is then wound into large rolls, which can be 30 feet wide and weigh close to 25 tons. A slitter cuts the paper into smaller, more manageable rolls, and the paper is ready for use.<br />
  13. 13. Raw Material and paper quality<br />Wood of Babul, Nilgiri and Bamboo are mainly used for preparation of Pulp<br />Quality Control Unit (PM-6) controls the paper quality. They produce different quality papers as follows <br />i) 1x1 meters – 60 grams<br /> ii) 1x1 meters – 70 grams<br /> iii) 1x1 meters – 80 grams<br />And rest is the depending on the order.<br />
  14. 14. Visited team members<br />Christopher Wong, Coordinator<br />AnkushShrivastava, Student<br />Jitendra Nandurkar, Student<br />NileshPrachand, Student<br />SandeepPetkar, Student<br />SumitMandale, Student<br />
  15. 15. Jitendra Nandurkar<br />MBA(IT) 2nd Year, <br />GAME, Nagpur<br />